Products, Materials + Tools | Aug 19, 2013

RECOMs Ultra-Compact 25W LED Driver

Due to the banishment of low efficiency illuminants, modern LED-lighting solutions are enjoying an increase in popularity and the lighting market is gradually adapting to these changes.

With the new RACD25 series, RECOM extends its broad product portfolio of high-quality LED drivers. Thanks to their long, sleek shape, the 25W modules are ideally suitable as power source for the conversion from fluorescent lamps to modern LED technology.

The drivers are optionally available with a constant output current of 500, 700, 1050 or 1400mA and reach an efficiency of up to 85%. With their wide input voltage range of 90 to 295VAC they are perfectly qualified for applications worldwide. To meet the requirements of EN61000-3-2 Class C the modules are equipped with a standard active power correction, which also keeps the EMV load of the electricity grid low.

Since the RACD25 series is IP65 rated, it can be installed in moist facilities like garages or outdoor installations without any worries. The drivers are fully certified to EN61347 as well as UL8750 and come with a warranty of 5 years.

For additional information please visit RECOM Lighting or contact your RECOM distribution partner.

About Recom:
Recom has become an innovative leader over the past 35 years in the manufacture and distribution of DC/DC and AC/DC converters, switching regulators and LED drivers, offering vast distribution and customer support networks that reach around the globe. Customers recognize Recom's ability to deliver top-notch products at competitive prices as well as their worldwide positioning through the establishment of proprietary production facilities that meet the highest international standards and global product availability. Recom's commitment doesn't end with the purchase of the product, but rather, customers can enjoy exceptional after-sale service and support. For the past 10 years, Recom has invested heavily in product development, quality assurance lab, and expanding their global presence to accomplish the mission of meeting customer need wherever it may arise.
Recom Lighting is the new division to better meet the requirements of developers and architects in the fast moving lighting market.

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